lucy24 - 1:05 am on Oct 14, 2012 (gmt 0)
It apparently strips the meta copyright tag from pages sent out.
i never knew lower case used fewer bits.
Funny, last time I looked, lower-case letters came after upper-case letters in every script that has both.
Converting to lower-case HTML would save page speed IF browsers start by converting any upper-case HTML they meet into lower-case before they can start to parse it. (Possibly that's why the w3c validator demands lower-case for HTML 4 even though it isn't in the spec.) But that's hypothetical, and doesn't seem to be what they're talking about.